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the break, our exclusive interview with larry fink, black rock ceo, he'll tell us what's behind the 5% jump. >> and another cnbc exclusive. we'll speak with ebay ceo john donahoe and why mobile payments could be the key to ebay's success and his company involved in a controversy involving president obama's inauguration. more on that coming up. >> ebay trading at a seven-year high. is there more room to grow? that and much more coming up on the "closing bell" here on cnbc. what's next? he's going to apply testosterone to his underarm. axiron, the only underarm treatment for low t, can restore testosterone levels back to normal in most men. axiron is not for use in women or anyone younger than 18. axiron can transfer to others through direct contact. women, especially those who are or who may become pregnant, and children should avoid contact where axiron is applied as unexpected signs of puberty in children or changes in body hair or increased acne in women may occur. report these signs and symptoms to your doctor if they occur. tell your doctor about all medical conditions and medications.
indeed have liked somebody who was perhaps of their own ranks. somebody like a jamie dymond or larry fink, who could build bridges between the business community, which feels a little bit alienated by the administration's first-term policies. and mr. obama. but what they got was a guy who, while not one of them -- at least does know the budget really well, and clearly the main challenge on the economic front for the -- first year is going to be on the fiscal front. so insofar as jack lew has the trust of the president has in power to make deals, i would say that's a positive. but you have to keep in mind, he's not exactly the most trusted or liked person among republicans on capitol hill so that make make deal making a little rougher. >> jerry, what about all these issues in washington, the debt ceiling fight on the horizon. is this going to impact the broad economy and the earnings season, do you think? >> i guess this whole political thing is -- these are all the bricks in the wall of worry that equity markets are continuing to climb. i think there's -- you know, we know how to talk abo
. what about larry fink, he is a democrat and well respected by everyone. >> i have a list here. >> jamie diamond. ken chenault. >> you need someone who understands the fiscal books at a time like this. >> we disagree. we don't need someone who understands the books, we need someone who understands where we should go and where those books should take us. and i don't think he does. i don't think they understand fiscal policy better than jack lou. he got you guys a surplus back in the 90s. >> all established people in financial markets all distinguished people who command the respect of not only around here in the new york area but the whole g-20. this is going to be a bad mistake. it may be the haegle of the justice department. >> i'm not sure why you are discounting the fact that jack lu can call up president obama and get him to pay attention to stuff that he cares about. >> we have a financial criticize are we going to turn to jack lu? >> every treasury secretary has the ear of the president. >> now, to the stunner story of the day, yet another mishap for boeing 787 dream liner and it h
be aware that black rock ceo larry fink will be live on "closing bell" at 3:00 eastern. now importantly several market indices are hitting new highs today. the s&p 500, as you'll be aware, at five-year highs. the dow transports are at an all-time high. so is the russell 2,000 small cap index and the s&p midcap 400 is also at an all-time high. let's bring in kenny pulcari director of floor operations for yield securities. for the last four trading sessions the market went nowhere. today we're up 88 points on the dow and we could break potentially to a triple digit gain. what does that all add up to? >> it's interesting you've said it. ever since we rallied back up to 1475 the market has been challenging and testing this 2012 high. every time it tested it it backed off. at some point it was going to get the momentum. do we get up and through it, which we have, but will we stay and close above it. technically that will be key, right? >> what about the fact that the market is generally shrugging off the disappointment we've had on the bank earnings to date simply because i guess they've ral
would've been a better choice? i've got a few choices. larry fink would have been just fine, jamie dimon, ken chenault and steve scharzman. and would've sent a better signal to the markets. here now to talk about it, cnbc contributor, former presidential candidate howard dean. and forbes media chairman steve forbes, author of "freedom manifesto," why free markets are moral and big government is not. well, howard dean, maybe i'm too hard on him, but i think this is a dreadful choice. no financial, no international, doesn't know anything about the dollar. and maybe the worst part, he was a terrible budget director. look at the spending and deficit and debt he created. how can we give him the treasury? >> well, i'm chortling here because of your outrage over the $1 trillion coin matched with your outrage over jack lew, i can't figure out which is mor amusing. should we put that in the democratic party platform? >> it already is, that's what's amusing. >> very good, very good. >> let's talk about jack lew for a second. normally this position should go to somebody from the finance world. i th
in the mix that wanted the job. larry fink. would it be sort of better as a perception from the market or perception of business to put a business guy in there to help the relationship, help the togetherness of business in washington so we actually get some job creation going? what's your take on this choice? >> i don't disagree with the signal that could have been sent had somebody else been chosen. >> exactly. >> no doubt about that. it could have been an olive branch to the business community. i think that's for sure, and president obama did have several candidates who he could have chosen from in that regard. >> right. >> so i think that's very important, but i think right now president obama says, you know what? i've got a problem with congress. i've got a problem with the debt ceiling. let me pick a guy who almost all sides agree is one of the foremost experts when it comes to the budget. >> rick, what do you think? jump in here. >> well, you know, carlton college, harvard, '73 and a to tip o'neill, a former lifer bureaucrat here. instead of someone like a jamie dimon, and i thin
was on the short list, at the top with larry fink and i think larry would be a better treasury secretary, and then, i think bloomberg reported another name, that was not in my mind. jack lew, a guy that does a lot of legislative stuff, budget director, he's in there. he's gone. what will geithner do? he's taking geithner's place. this is what geithner is telling friends. he wants a detox. he may take the year off, and his plans, according to friends who geithner spoke with directly, his plans are to write a book. he wants to write a book about the service in government. remember, he was the fed chairman, new york fed president, important job in the financial crisis, went from the fire to the -- frying pan to the fire as treasury secretary in president obama's first year, and he plans to pin this, who is the publisher? i don't know he will not have a problem getting a publisher. if it's written well and goes after people, he's the type of guy that will, and i will buy this book. what are others doing? bill daly, former chief of staff, jack lew took his place, and bill told people on wall street he
department adviser and now is at blackrock advising larry fink. moving on, sloan deerin stayed on at treasury until this spring when he worked for compass point. he's now advising potential buyerses of t.a.r.p. stakes. jim millstein, the architect of the aig rescue started his own firm and is currently working on the big airline merger between american airlines and the u.s. he and philip swegell published an op-ed on fixing fannie mae and freddie mac. perhaps the only alum to land back in government, bob steel, former domestic expert at wachovia, sold to wells fargo. he's now new york city's deputy mayor for economic development. quite a yearbook of people, carl. back to you. >> interesting to watch where those people go in the year ahead. thanks, kayla. want to draw your attention to exxon and apple. exxon reclaiming the mantle as the world's most valuable company. .07%. that caps what's obviously been a tough week for apple. you can see the stock now at 443.90. when we come back, the company helping people around the world pay for online shopping without a credit card or bank account. we'll
. when smart people like bill gross, mohamed el-erian, larry fink say it, i listen. >> gary, thank you so much for joining us today. >> you're very welcome. nice to be here. >> gary parr from lazard. we hope you come back again soon. when we come back we're going to talk about the future of facebook, the company's big announcement that's coming later this week. and then back to the detroit auto show to hear from volkswagen north america and its plans for 2013. plus the effects of the payroll tax on family dollar stores. will it help or hurt the company's business? the ceo is just ahead. stick around. >> enter the world of bentley. we go live to the detroit auto show to unveil the high end carmaker's latest creation. it's coming up, and it's only on "squawk box." ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] don't just reject convention. drown it out. introducing the all-new 2013 lexus ls f sport. an entirely new pursuit. >>> despite the struggling growing economy, the ultimate in luxury autos the bentley delivered 22% global sales growth last year. this morning at the detroit auto show they're unveiling
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